Join Mejdi Tours on a Catalyst Interfaith Trip to the Holy Land, January 15-26, 2019.
On this comprehensive Holy Land interfaith trip, Mejdi Tours will guide participants on a learning journey about the three Abrahamic faiths’ connection to the holy land. You will visit sites that are meaningful to Jews, Christians, and Muslims; you will experience the current situation on the ground, the different political narratives, and lives of its people – and the work they are doing to achieve peace. This trip will be led by leaders from the Muslim, Christian, and Jewish faiths who will model interfaith dialogue throughout the trip.
11 nights double occupancy with breakfast and some meals included, $2,998 per person.*
For more information and to make a reservation, please contact Sally Goodgion, or phone: 253-852-0880.
*Does not include airfare
by Elli Atchison, World Vision
Happy New Year! I love the fresh start of a new calendar. It holds 365 opportunities to pursue self-improvement and life’s ambitions. There are many things I want to accomplish in 2015. Like many of you, my resolutions include goals for organization and a healthier lifestyle. I want to travel to new places and make some amazing memories with my family. However, my list has one item that might not be on yours. I plan to eat an elephant called peace.
Before you get the wrong idea, please give me the chance to explain. I happen to adore elephants. I have observed them on safari Zimbabwe, and marveled at the truly amazing creation of God that they are. I am not promoting poaching them in the wild. I am speaking of the old adage “The only way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time.” Of course this wisdom is not in the Bible and did not come from Solomon or Jesus. But, I think we can still apply it to the Holy Land in 2015. Read more